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FAIRVIEW CARES NAMES ART HOUSE AS 2017 DONATION RECIPIENT
Fairview Cares donates supplies to Neighborhood Art House
Erik Kincaid, Fairview School District Superintendent introduces student leadersFairview School District students visited the Neighborhood Art House.Sr. Pat Lupo explained the Art House environmental program to touring Fairview Cares student leaders.
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The first day of spring brought with it an amazing donation of “wish list” items contributed by Fairview Elementary and Middle School students. From toothpaste to laundry soap, crayons to air dry clay, the Fairview School District’s families gave generously to this part of the year-long Fairview Cares campaign. Twenty-nine boxes filled with donated items with an estimated value of $2,000 were delivered by district teachers Alysabeth Mahood and Carol Elliott who explained that their Fairview Cares student leaders had developed several initiatives to encourage students to participate in this collection.

In late December students involved in the leadership of Fairview Cares visited the Art House accompanied by School Superintendent Erik Kincade. After Sr. Annette spoke to the group about the mission of the Art House, several faculty members further explained our program for inner city children as they toured small groups through the facility.

Their website, https://www.fairviewcares.org, explains that “Fairview Cares is a philanthropy initiative set up by the Fairview School District. . . Fairview Cares collects donations year round. . . . Since the first Fairview Cares week in 2013, over $63,000 has been donated” to Erie County organizations. Recipients named for 2017 are The Regional Cancer Center, Fairview Student Support Fund, the Neighborhood Art House, and the Erie County Crime Victim Center.

Fairview Cares week will cap off the year’s activities with a 5K walk at Jack Bestwick Stadium. The 2017 event will be Sunday, May 21st, 2017. All are welcome. Information is on their web page. According to Erik Kincade, Superintendent, Fairview Cares has gone beyond the schools themselves with Fairview individuals and businesses providing extensive support and assistance.

The Neighborhood Art House is very grateful to be chosen as one of the 2017 Fairview Cares recipients!

  • Air dry clay with paint. Collaborative project by clay students (ages 7-14) - 2017

    Air dry clay with paint. Collaborative project by clay students (ages 7-14) 2017

  • Air dry clay with paint. Collaborative project by clay students (ages 7-14) - 2017

    Air dry clay with paint. Collaborative project by clay students (ages 7-14) - 2017

  • Relief Print. Valentino (age 11) - 2017

  • Relief Print. Kat (age 10) - 2017

  • Tempera painting. Nariman (age 7) - 2017

  • Tempera painting. Maksim (age 8) - 2017

  • Mixed Media Mosaic. Lilyanna (age 8) - 2017

  • Mixed Media Mosaic. Siarhei (age 8) - 2017

  • Relief Print. Julliana (age 9) - 2017

  • Reductive Relief Print. Jahir (age 14) - 2017

  • Polymer Clay. Isis (age 11) - 2017

  • Polymer Clay. Dziana (age 9) - 2017

    Polymer Clay. Dziana (age 9) - 2017.

  • Watercolor painting. Oscar (age 13) - 2016

Coming Events

June 3
9:00 am to 1:00 pm

10th Annual Art & Sole

Classes - 2017 Winter/Spring Term

Neighborhood Art House Winter Classes begin

2017 WINTER/SPRING PROGRAM

Registration Forms are now available! They can be picked-up at the Neighborhood Art House office, 201 East 10th Street or downloaded as a pdf. The Winter/Spring Schedule is the class registration form. One must be submitted for each child being registered. Only one Participation Agreement is to be completed for the entire family.

Please be aware that registrations are processed in the order in which they have been received. As classes fill, your child's second or third class choice will be used. At times, even these are filled. We will do our best to place each child according to his/her preferences. Register early to increase the likelihood that you child will be placed in classes that have been chosen.

School-Year Program Hours
• Children ages 7 – 14:
   After school 3:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

• Teen Program – ages 12 - 18
   Evenings 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Photo Slideshows

Art House Classes: Spring to Summer

NAH Summer Field Trips

Contact Information

Neighborhood Art House
201 East 10th Street
Erie, PA 16503

Telephone: (814) 455-5508
Fax: (814) 480-8942

Sister Annette Marshall, OSB
Executive Director

Sister Peg Pilewski, OSB
Program Director

Inner-City Neighborhood Art House • 201 East 10th Street • Erie, PA 16503 • T: (814) 455-5508 • F: (814) 480-8942